Expand the possibilities of macro shooting with the RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM. Get closer to the detail via a focusing range as short as 26cm.
Get crisp image quality even when shooting a subject with magnification beyond 1x.
The RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM has been designed to reduce the impacts of focus breathing, so that there's minimal shot-to-shot differences in the angle of view when adjusting focus.
The RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM is equipped with a Spherical Aberration (SA) control ring for smooth and easy control over the bokeh effect and soft outlines in images.
The lens offers Image Stabilization (IS) of 5.0 stops, and 8.0 stops² of coordinated control when attached to an EOS R system equipped with in-camera IS. You can obtain sharp image quality even when magnified and when shooting dark scenes.
The RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM is equipped with a quiet and high-speed Nano USM. Its smooth and accurate auto focus capabilities makes tracking moving subjects easy - especially when capturing videos.
0.26m (at 1.4x)
17 elements in 13 groups
5.0 stops (when using the EOS R), 8.0 stops (when using the EOS R5)
Approx. 81.5 x 148mm
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1 As an autofocus interchangeable lens for full frame mirrorless camera. Canon survey as of April 13, 2021.
2 Based on CIPA testing standard. Attached to the EOS R5, in Yaw/Pitch directions. As the focusing distance becomes shorter, image stabilization decreases.